Sercotel Hotel Los Naranjos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... on my way.
We catch up with the group and continue on our way, after a 10 minute continuous ride up a rocky hill we pass a few mountain bikers, why the hell would you pedal up here! I enjoy riding my bike at home but this was rocky as hell and we had engines. They must have been masochists. We descend the other side and cross a bit of a river, only about 10m across and about a foot deep but just something new to navigate. We meet up with John again ...
... jamon y queso y postres autenticas, it was time to find la playa muy popular se llama Malagueta. In order to get this beach, we had to cross over a lovely palm tree lined promenade and flower filled park, take a leisurely walk through the marina and port full of sailboats, yachts and cruise ships, and pass through another area full of restaurants and shops that caters to the constant flocks of tourists. ...
... that line narrow lane-ways and above all, it has an energy that the other cities we have visited in Spain do not have that makes it so vibrant and alive. I live it here and think it would be a rich and rewarding life to live here. So much history and so much modern day life going on all around it. We saw so many sites in our here hour walk around the old town centre. The Plaza de la Encarnacion and Ejecto Plaza Espana Capital General were highlights, but ...
... and diverse. We shared the beach, called Malgueta, with just a few other souls. We took our shoes off and plunked down in the sand for an hour of sea dreaming. We tossed some breadsticks to the birds, and Ken almost had to perform the Heimlich on a greedy one who tried to overindulge. After that traumatic event broke our reverie, we started back toward the apartment. Something about the salt air at the beach makes ...
... filth of feria had even spread to Malaga's waters. I also tried Taco Bell for the first time in my life. Proved to be very cleansing for the bowels. One afternoon I explored around the Alcazaba – the 800 year old Moorish fort – that overlooks the town. That was pretty cool. Other than that just talked **** with the guys, criticised Malaga/feria/Gabriel at every ...